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INK Canadian Insider Index Soars 6.8% as Commodities Melt-up

Thank you for joining us in a weekly technical look at the mid-cap oriented INK Canadian Insider (CIN) Index. Last week, the Index turned on the jets and powered 71.56 points higher or 6.8% to close at 1122.36.

A six-month high Friday (click for larger)

Our short-term momentum indicator, RSI, erupted over 50% to 61.61. MACD our long-term momentum indicator shot up 14.82 points to 4.89. And the sharp fall in readings we noted indeed gave way to a major reversal last week.

Soaring up the INK Edge: junior gold, oil sands production, US cannabis and crypto brokerage

I just posted the INK Edge Top 30 up and down movers for the week in INK Chat. A gold miner, oil producer, US-cannabis distributor and cryptocurrency brokerage have caught our attention.

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Our declared winner on election day is cannabis

In our latest Canadian Insider Insights newsletter, we call the November 3rd US elections in favour of marijuana reform. So far, investors are cheering the results.

We also explain why Canadian oil & gas stocks may provide a clue on the outlook for 2021. Will it be a global boom or gloom? Read this week's edition here.

INK Canadian Insider Index tumbles alongside markets ahead of US election

Thank you for joining us in a weekly technical look at the mid-cap oriented INK Canadian Insider (CIN) Index. Last week, the Index fell 58.1 points or 5.2% to 1050.80.

Insights: Waves of blue, bitcoin, bonds, bullion and cannabis?

There are several industries that have a lot on the line in relation to outcome of the November 3rd election. In this week's Insights, we take a non-consensus view that precious metals mining is one such industry because not all scenarios are good for gold and silver.

Preparing for a blue wave

INK Canadian Insider Index Gains 1%, beats oil, US markets, and gold

Thank you for joining us in a weekly technical look at the mid-cap oriented INK Canadian Insider (CIN) Index. Last week, the Index jumped 12 points, or 1%, to 1108.90.

Insights: Bitcoin is back and betting against seasonal oil & gas weakness

Has COVID-19 impacted seasonal patterns in oil & gas stocks? Some guests on INK Ultra Money are betting it has. Meanwhile, 2020 has been a great year for bitcoin and the best may be yet to come. Read the latest edition here.

INK Canadian Index retreats 1% from multi-month highs

Thank you for joining us in a weekly technical look at the mid-cap oriented INK Canadian Insider (CIN) Index. Last week, the Index slipped 10.78 points, or 1%, to 1096.90.

Insights: Riding volatility with guilty pleasures

Election outcomes, a bouncing Financial stock, warrant overhangs, a contrarian opportunity, China crisis and pot stocks are all covered in this week's Canadian Insider Insights. We are also feeling a little guilty about this week's Ultra Money video of the week.

The Recession-Proof Portfolio: Investing in Vice

Insights: As we wait for the really big opportunity, cannabis is back

We are altering the format of our Insights newsletter a bit to make it more useful for our members by focusing on the key emerging themes and findings that we have covered over the past week. INK Research produces about 10 or more written reports and blog posts a week, plus INK Chat entries. In addition, we publish 3 videos a day on INK Ultra Money during the week. We cover a lot of ground, and, in this report, we will try to make sure you do not miss the essence of the key material that can help you navigate unfolding risks and identify emerging opportunities.

I hope you will find the new format a useful resource. Click here to read the key themes that have been hitting our radar screen recently.



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